Montgomery County's primary elections are your chance to get in the first word on who will serve in public office next year. You must be registered, though; the registration deadline is Monday.
New mail-in general election ballots are expected to be sent this week to about 16,000 Montgomery County voters who earlier received incorrectly printed - one side is blank - ballots.
It was unclear when or how quickly a presidential winner could be determined, and it remains too early to call the race. Hundreds of thousands of votes are outstanding in Pennsylvania and Michigan.
As Fourth Ward Councilor Trenita Lindsay raised attention Tuesday to Pottstown's new polling locations, Manager Justin Keller offered a reminder of the borough's only ballot drop-off location.
With separate governor's race totals from Pottstown, Lower, Upper, and West Pottsgrove, and Limerick. High voter turnout for the race last Tuesday was another sign of greater enthusiasm in this year's election.
State Rep. Marcy Toepel will return to her long-held House 147th District seat next year, after her defeat of challenger Josh Camson during Tuesday's general elections. Majorities of New Hanover and Douglass townships' voters supported her.
Democrat challenger Joe Ciresi overwhelmed incumbent Republican Thomas J. Quigley by 11 percentage points and a sweep of all municipalities in the race for the state House 146th District seat.
Today is Primary Election Day in Pennsylvania. Local elections are at stake. If you're eligible to vote, you're encouraged to participate in the beauty of democracy. Here's where to find your polling place.